Over 2000 Ghanaian fans expected in Qatar to cheer on the Black Stars – GFA spokesperson

Over 2000 Ghanaian fans expected in Qatar to cheer on the Black Stars – GFA spokesperson

The Black Stars of Ghana are scheduled to play with their Portuguese counterparts on Thursday, November 24, 2022 in the World Cup event which began in Qatar on Sunday.

In-country, the love for the national group appears to be selecting up following their win over Switzerland in the current pleasant match.

What stays now’s whether or not the players will obtain the wanted fan assist to spur them on throughout the event.

The Director of Communication of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) appears to have some solutions. According to him, Ghanaians resident in Qatar have already demonstrated their love for the Black Stars.

Speaking on JoyNews’ The Probe on Sunday, Mr. Asante Twum said the over 2,000 Ghanaian residents in Qatar have indicated their intension to be current at the stadium on Thursday to cheer the players on.

“There are about 2200 Ghanaian fans who are resident here. Majority of them will be at the stadium when we take on the Portuguese on Thursday. I am told there are about 1200 fans being flown in from Accra to Doha as well. So we are expecting not less than 2500 fans here,” he revealed.

Mr. Twum assured that the players have been psyched up sufficient to rub shoulders with famend players like Ronaldo amongst others.

He additionally indicated that the players are poised to journey on their victory over Switzerland to give account of themselves in the event.

A former Communication Director of the GFA, Mr. Ibrahim Saani Darra who was additionally a panelist on The Probe urged Ghanaians to assist the Black Stars, however warned that they, “should be cautiously confident in the team.”

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